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  Concern ahead of Zimbabwe elections

In Zimbabwean diaspora, only some trek home to vote

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - If Zimbabwe's election this week delivers a win for the party he supports, Gilbert Zondo could be back home by the end of the year, reviving the teaching career he abandoned five years ago to live in precarious exile in South Africa. Full story

Cat-and-mouse in Zimbabwe's election cyber war

HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's government has blocked mass SMS bursts ahead of next week's election, hobbling a powerful source of non-official information in the tightly controlled southern African state, activists and a phone company source said on Friday. Full story

Zimbabwe 'mole' blogger dishes out dirt on gov't

Baba Jukwa's name is whispered in buses, bars and on street corners by Zimbabweans eager for the inside scoop on President Robert Mugabe's ruling party. One avid follower even climbs a tree in a rural village for a signal to call a friend for the latest tidbits from the mysterious yet stupendously p Full story

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Floyd Abdul, a Zimbabwean national, describes the four months he spent locked up in Alabama's Etowah County Detention Center.

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